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Silence
by Eroica Mendoza
Thursday, February 20, 2003

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Sometimes the soul cries
And you fail to listen
Agony in the garden of my heart
There I whisper my tears
As they fall to the soft ground
Of my palm.

Sometimes the soul cries
And you see the naked truth
Only pain can reveal like graphics
Sharp and striking yet you twitch
And close your eyes away from it
And it wonít go away.

Sometimes the soul cries
Quietly in the corner of my room
Moonbeam lights the darkness
Listening as I weep
Yet she canít wipe my tears
The moonlight is not enough.

Sometimes the soul cries
I want to scream silently
Utter your name
My lips quivering softly
But you wonít hear me
Even as you gaze at my eyes.

Sometimes the soul cries
You mock your futile emotion
Like Pontius Pilate
Cleansing the blood on his hands
Blinded by your fatherís philosophy
And your brothersí religion.

Sometimes the soul cries
Canít you hear me?
Canít you listen to this soulís plea?
Canít you spare a little of you?
A part of your heart
A part of your soul
And know this wound
From the lash of your whip
My battered soul
Your name etched on each wound
They never heal
Will never heal
Until you hear my soul cry.





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Reviewed by na na (Reader) 3/25/2003
Erica, how wondeful is your poetry. You know I knew I knew you. From written by me right? Gosh, your poetry was familiar, and kept tugging at my heart strings. Love and welcome back to AD. Bill
Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni 3/12/2003
God, I love reading the reviews. The women relate and the guys hit on you (generally). You certainly have an eye for form, bringing the theme full circle and the such. The word "soul" works in this piece, but I suggest refraining from using abstract cliches like "soul" and "heart." We've heard them a million times before and they don't really conjure an image, do they?

Clearly, a poet with Pontius Pilate in her arsenal can paint a picture of her soul and her heart that is specific and strong and...I can't wait to read what you write next.
Reviewed by Malachy MacFarlane (Reader) 3/10/2003
That ending really nailed this piece, finished it off perfectly. An excellent write! Mal.
Reviewed by jing javier 3/9/2003
i hear you with a beautiful cry.. =)

nice write, erica.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/4/2003
Excellent write Erica! You are so young, and yet so talented!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Melissa Rives 3/2/2003
Wow...so powerful....so moving...this is brilliant!
Reviewed by Angela Velez (Reader) 2/28/2003
girrrrrllll this has to be the most hottest poem. i loved it. boy can i relate to this. the picture is cool too. see you around
xoxoxo
Reviewed by Micha Julian 2/24/2003
don't know what to say...beautifully written echoing many...'sometimes the soul cries', yes...
and sometimes another soul wants to listen and hear, ah, erica...
what a bared, yet beautifully versed piece of a soul!
(((You!)))
so well done, god...I ....so damned felt, moving and loved the quiet/screaming...aching/longing soul cries here, they were heard! bravo....
Reviewed by Kevin Mc Crum (Reader) 2/24/2003
This is one of the most moving and well written writes I have ever seen!
Reviewed by OisŪn Breen 2/23/2003
fantastic
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 2/22/2003
THIS IS EXQUISITE~
TOUCHES UPON ONES THOUGHTS
THEN WEAVES INTO THE SOUL`*

OUTSTANDING!!!!!
Reviewed by Jimmy Holder 2/21/2003
a poem from deep in the sould
--- most excellent writing
---VVVery well written...

I like this best!
Sometimes the soul cries
You mock your futile emotion
Like Pontius Pilate
Cleansing the blood on his hands
Blinded by your fatherís philosophy
And your brothersí religion.
I'll be back.
Reviewed by richard poor 2/20/2003
but when your soul cries this comes out....very good!!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/20/2003
Rtica, you have not lost your ability to move the heart and stir the soul;-) Beautifully done as always!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/20/2003
The silence intecifies the pain. Great write.
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 2/20/2003
Powerful, deep and moving write. Enjoyed this very much.
Reviewed by anne cunningham 2/20/2003
least ways, when your soul cries, the tears come out of your pen ... hugs .. a.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 2/20/2003
It's always viewpoint, and it is so easy to embrace the positive rather than wallow in the negative. Very good.
~E
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 2/20/2003
Very moving indeed.
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/20/2003
This is powerful write...deep and potent write...BHUWAN
Reviewed by awkward poet 2/20/2003
I used to think the pain would never heal. Once I surrendered to the pain and allowed myself to swim through it as if I were going from one side of a murky lake to the next... I amazed myself and found strength and joy and courage. Good luck on your own journey.
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 2/20/2003
Passionate! Great read!
Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle 2/20/2003
So deep and moving. Powerful write!
Jill
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